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Yellow Rail

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Also known as Follow link Alternate name
Coturnicops noveboracensis Scientific name
Gruiiformes Order
Rallidae Family
18.5 cm  (Wingspan 28 - 32 cm) Length
Wetlands:- bogs, marshes, swamps, fens, wet peatlands, Between 2300 - 2800 m. Range follow link Habitat
Altitude
Range
 4 - 10 Eggs, incubation by female 17 - 18 days, fledging 35 days. Young leave the nest after a couple of days. Clutch
Arthropods, small creatures, plant seeds. Food  
  Habits
2809 - TSN: 176259 - Sub-species World Number
Least Concern Status

Arrowhead Marsh, Jan. 21st, 2008

By black_throated_green_warbler Jan 21, 08 © all rights reserved

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Yellow Rail Andrew Spencer McGregor Marsh, Aitkin Co., Minnesota United States XC103086 song

 

Louis Agassiz Fuertes

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AKA:- Czech: chřástal žlutavý, Chrástal žlutý
Danish: Gul Vagtelrikse
German: Gelbralle, Mandschurenralle, Weissflügelralle
English: American Yellow Rail, Asian Yellow Rail, Clicker, Kicker, Yellow crake, Yellow Rail
Spanish: Burrito Amarillento, Polluela Amarilla, Polluela Amarillenta
Spanish (Mexico): Polluela Amarilla
Estonian: kold-vuttruik
Finnish: Kultarääkkiäinen
French: Râle jaunc, Râle jaune
Italian: Rallo giallo, Schiribilla gialla
Japanese: amerikashimakuina, shimakuina
Japanese: アメリカシマクイナ, シマクイナ
Latin: Coturnicops noveboracensis, Fulica noveboracensis, Porzana noveboracensis
Dutch: Gele Ral
Norwegian: Okerrikse
Polish: Kureczka żółtawa, rudokurka zóltawa, rudokurka żółtawa
Russian: Азиатско-американский белокрылый крошечный коростель, Жёлтый пастушок, жёлтый погоныш
Slovak: chriaštel okrový, chriašteľ okrový
Swedish: Amerikansk gulrall
Chinese: 北美花田鸡, 花田鸡

Range:-

Bahamas Rare/Accidental

Bermuda Rare/Accidental

Canada

 Alberta

 British Columbia

 Manitoba

 New Brunswick

 Northwest Territories

 Nova Scotia Rare/Accidental

 Ontario

 Quebec

 Saskatchewan

Mexico

 Michoacán

 Puebla Extirpated (Locally extinct)

Saint Pierre and Miquelon Rare/Accidental

USA

 Alabama Rare/Accidental

 Arkansas

 California Rare/Accidental

 Colorado Rare/Accidental

 Connecticut Rare/Accidental

 Delaware Rare/Accidental

 Florida

 Georgia Rare/Accidental

 Idaho Rare/Accidental

 Illinois

 Indiana Rare/Accidental

 Iowa

 Kansas

 Kentucky

 Louisiana

 Maine Rare/Accidental

 Maryland Rare/Accidental

 Massachusetts

 Michigan

 Minnesota

 Mississippi

 Missouri Rare/Accidental

 Montana Rare/Accidental

 Nebraska Rare/Accidental

 Nevada Rare/Accidental

 New Hampshire

 New Jersey Rare/Accidental

 New Mexico Rare/Accidental

 New York Rare/Accidental

 North Carolina

 North Dakota

 Ohio

 Oklahoma

 Oregon

 Pennsylvania

 Rhode Island

 South Carolina Rare/Accidental

 South Dakota Rare/Accidental

 Tennessee  Rare/Accidental

 Texas

 Vermont

 Virginia  Rare/Accidental

 Washington Rare/Accidental

 West Virginia Rare/Accidental

 Wisconsin  Rare/Accidental

 Wyoming Rare/Accidental

Sub-species

Coturnicops noveboracensis
Coturnicops noveboracensis emersoni
Coturnicops noveboracensis exquisitus
Coturnicops noveboracensis goldmani
Coturnicops noveboracensis noveboracensis
Coturnicops noveboracensis richii

 

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